Dbu ma la 'jug pa'i rnam bshad dpal ldan dus gsum mkhyen pa'i zhal lung dwags brgyud grub pa'i shing rta
The Eighth Karmapa's commentary on Candrakīrti's Madhyamakāvatāra (Entry into the Middle Way), presented as the oral instructions of the First Karmapa, Dusum Khyenpa. This extensive commentary covers the transmission of the teachings of Middle Way to Tibet, polemical discussions on the difference between Middle Way in sūtra and mantra traditions and the proper commentary on the root verses. The author also comments on Candrakīrti's interpretation of buddha-nature teachings as provisional.
Relevance to Buddha-nature
Mikyö Dorje explains the transmission of Middle Way teachings and covers the topic of provisional and definitive teachings, buddha-nature and ultimate truth. He also comments on Candrakīrti's interpretation of buddha-nature teachings as provisional in his auto-commentary.
Philosophical positions of this text
|Text exists in||~ Tibetan|
|Literary Genre||~ Commentaries - 'grel pa|
|Commentary of||~ Madhyamakāvatāra|
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